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Interview by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, 3 January 1974
TODD RUNDGREN, whose name conjures visions of teenager-grown-up, multicolored hair, GeeGee awards from 16 magazine, production for younameit/you'vegotit, and self-made man extraordinaire, is a realistic ...
Guide by Barney Hoskyns, Uncut, February 2010
TODD RUNDGREN IS the Philadelphia-born whizzkid who could and should have been the biggest star of the '70s. Next month, the man John Lennon referred ...
Interview by Paul Gambaccini, Rolling Stone, 3 January 1974
"IT'S NOT that I didn't want it out," Todd Rundgren explained, "It's just that it's like a two-year, six-year time warp," ...
Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, January 2012
TWO DAYS AFTER a throat-shredding three-night stand at London's Jazz Café, Todd Harry Rundgren seems relieved merely to be talking. Still sporting multi-coloured – black ...
Review by Max Bell, NME, 10 January 1976
POOR OLD TODD'S taken a lot of stick of late, not least in this paper, for adhering to his mystical mind games in the face ...
Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, February 1998
HELLO, it’s him. ...
Review by Jon Young, Trouser Press, February 1979
PROOF OF THE evils of peer-group pressure is found in the phenomenon of the double live album. A more useless trend would be hard to ...
Interview by David Hancock, National RockStar, 8 January 1977
....or at least reading this won't educate you. Now if you saw hint on telly or, even better, in concert.... well, you'd be all the ...
Interview by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 26 January 1975
City in my head/Utopia/Heaven in my body/Utopia/It's time for me/For me to go — Todd Rundgren's 'Utopia' ...
Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, Rock's Backpages, February 2010
OUT INTO THE damp chill of a February night we came, the scattered legions of Toddheads – crossing fingers for transcendence, willing to settle for ...
Review by Robert Duncan, Creem, February 1975
IMAGINE THAT! They write songs like Todd Rundgren. They play songs like Todd Rundgren. They even sing like him. And all he did on the ...
Retrospective and Interview by Max Bell, Uncut, February 2003
Comprehensive collection of Philly pop-soul boys, fronted by Todd Rundgren, who looked to Swinging London for inspiration and then blew up. ...
Review by Ira Robbins, Trouser Press, January 1980
This seminal slab of early-70s punkitude, produced by unlikely Todd Rundgren, defines the sound and style of New Yorks contribution to new wave: a raunchy ...
Review by Paul Rambali, NME, 26 January 1980
The no longer implacable but apparently un-stoppable Todd Rundgren releases his first blow to the forward aspirations of the new decade, a concept album. But ...
Press Release by uncredited writer, Ardent Records, February 1974
IN SEPTEMBER, 1972 Ardent Records released Big Star's first album, Number One Record. The group consisted of Alex Chilton guitar, keyboards, and vocals, Chris ...
Review by Jon Young, Trouser Press, January 1978
EARTH CALLING Steve Hillage! Earth calling Steve Hillage! Gee, it's too late. Steve is lost in space. ...
Review by Wayne Robins, Creem, January 1976
HERE'S PROOF that Bruce Springsteen is 'the new Dylan': Manfred Mann has covered one of his songs Now Manfred's constructed a subplot to a career ...
Review by Paul Lester, Uncut, January 1998
The rock'n'soul duo return with their first album for seven years ...
Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, 31 January 1974
THE ALBUM TITLE is the band's reference to themselves as unwitting followers of some enticing but unrealizable dream, That dream may have been Badfinger's expectations ...
Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Sounds, 14 January 1978
Ingredients:Meat Loaf (around 250lbs) from Dallas, Texas; lead singer with Ted Nugent on platinum album Free For All; monster-singer Eddie with half a brain in ...
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